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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1936

THE M ICHIGAN A I VY

Varsity Golfers

Win Big Ten Opener From Purdue

Capt. Koesis,
Saunders Set

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The HOT
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Wolverines To Meet Huron Nine Today At

Medalist Pace
Wolverine Leader Turns In
Near Par Score To Defeat
Pete Smith,_3-0
Second Win In Row
Hard Rain Shortens Meet
In Afternoon; Michigan
Sweeps Morning Matches
LAFAYETTE, April 27. - (P)-
University of Michigan's national in-
tercollegiate golf champions today
easily defeated Purdue, 16%/2-41/2,
over the West Lafayette Country Club
course for their second successive win
of the season and the first over a
Western Conference opponent.
Capt. Chuck Kocsis and Alan
Saunders were low medal men for
the meet, both registering 72's for
the distance. Par is 71. Kocsis and
Woody Malloy led the Michigan team
in points scored, neither losing a point
during the entire day's play. A hard
rain cut the meet short at 4 p.m. with
the Wolverines far in front.
Al Karpinski and Bill Barclay
rounded out the Michigan team that
met the Boilermakers and both added
to the victors' point total. In the
opening match Kocsis and Malloy
won from Lockwood and Smith, 3-0.
Completing the morning round
Saunders and Karpinski defeated
Dovelvower and David, 2% to 1/2.
In the afternoon Kocsis turned in
his near-par score to shut out his op-
ponent 3 to 0. The Michigan captain
was playing Pete Smith who shot a
77, and then Saunders tied Lockwood,
11/2 to 11/2. In the other two singles
matches Karpinski defeated David,
2-1, and Bill Barclay tied Freese,
1-12.
Frosh Diamond
Squad Boasts
Several Stars
Peckinpaugh Heads List
Of Prospective Varsity
Baseball Material
Sixty-seven men have reported to
Benny Oosterbaan, freshman base-
ball-coach, and among the group are
several that should put up a good
fight for positions on Ray Fisher's
Varsity team next year,
Wally Peckinpaugh, who came to
Michigan with a reputation as a high-
class athlete, and who has already
won numerals in football and bas-
ketball, heads the list of potential
infielders. Wally is stationed at the
hot corner of the diamond and
handles chances like a veteran. He
has a fast peg and has been hitting
with regularity.
Earl Smith, of Ann Arbor, appears
to be about the best short-stop on
the squad. Earl has been playing
ball on local amateur teams for the
past three years and exhibits fre-
quent flashes of form that are al-
most spectacular. Smitty covers the
territory in back of second base ex-
ceptionally well and can travel quite
a distance to snag pop flies. He can
also place hits better than the average
freshman.
Other infielders who have shown
themselves to be of better than aver-
age ability include Dick Long at first,
Irvin Lisagor and Babson at second,
with Pete Poulos as a promising utility
man.
Al DuBois and Gideon look to be
about the brightest mound pros-
pects, followed closely by Coon. Du-
Bois has a snappy fast ball and a
slow curve that are hard for a batter

to keep his eye on. Gideon plays
first base as well as pitching.
Only two outfielders are above or-
dinary, Bob Barber and Dworsky.
Both can cover a lot of ground in
patrolling the pastures and have good
throwing arms.
The Week's Sports
BASEBALL
Today--Michigan Normal at Ypsi-
lanti. Time, 4 p.m.
Friday -- Michigan Normal, here.
Time, 4 p.m.
Saturday -University of Illinois,
here. Time, 2:30 p.m.
TRACK
Saturday -Ohio State University
at Columbus, O.
TENNIS
Friday -Northwestern University
at Columbus, O.
Saturday -Ohio State University
at Columbus, O.

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)ETROIT the Dynamic has outdone
itself this time to maintain its
claim as the City of Champions, now
producing the latest world's heavy-
weight champion-of-the-month in Al:
(Is He Man or Is He Beast?) Baba
who the other night threw Dick Shi-
kat, then recognized as the champior
of the world in New York, Michigan
Columbus, O., and Albuquerque, N. M
Ali Baba now is in competition wit
Dan Koloff, champion of the world ir
Paris; Everett Marshall, world cham-
pion by official decree of the Governo
of Colorado; Dan O'Mahoney, wh
has a legal claim to the title in Fitch-
burg, Mass., because he was tricke
into the loss of the crown March 2
when Shikat broke his contract b
pinning the dead-panned Dutchman
and Vincent Lopez, world champior
of the Golden Gate and Los An-
geles.
In between these isolated geo-
graphical positions are locally-
reccgnized world champions in-
cluding Ray Steele, who can
probably take any of them in a
match not directed by Jack Kur-
Iey (nee Herman Schul) and his
wrestling trust.
The whole set-up but emphasize
one point, professional wrestling
claim to recognition as a sport rest
on the same plane as the antics o
the talented Marx brothers.
Marx *
LI BABA has a career which rival
that of his famous namesake
woh had dealings with the Fort
Thieves, you remember. Two year
ago in Oakland, Calif., Ai was Harr:
Ekezian, an Armenial wrestler of sort
who was having a tough time making
his living.
Not long ago Adam Weismuller,
the Detroit promoter, wrote to a
friend in Oakland asking that he
send a Jap for appearance in
Herr Weismuller's Michigan cir-
cuit. Instead the friend sent
along Ekezian, whose shaven
head and long moustache appeale
to the Detroiter.
Ali got his big chance last week it
an appearance against Shikat, wh
had crossed O'Mahoney into cur
rendering his crown, and whether Al
crossed Mr. Shikat, or whether Mr
Shikat surrendered his ill-gotten titl
or whether Mr. Shikat just wasn'
so hot, Ali Baba is now world's cham-
pion around these parts, "much t
the surprise of his friends in Oakland
Calif," as the Associated Press reports
who had evidently watched his wres-
tling more than the beautiful mous-
tache while he was on the coast.
* * *+k
PERHAPS some readers may get th
impression that we do not con-
sider wrestling a serious sporting con-
test. That is right. But as an ex-
hibition to compete with the brother
Marx, that is different.
Ali Baba really appeals to us,
especially after talking with an
inhabitant of the Detroit rooming
house where Ali lives with sev-
eral other members of Detroit
Local Number 1, Professional
Wrestlers of America.
Ali, it seems, is a very sensitiv
personality, playing the violin (be-
tween his knees) with such ability
that he wants a place on Majo
Bowes' hour, because he can sing, too
if he gets the gong for his violin play-
ing.
His home life is very serene, w
understand, despite the violin and the
f act that the janitor gives him a
thorough dressing-down each weel
for failing to change his linen. The
latter doesn't bother him, you see
for Ali sleeps on the floor.
COLLEGE GOLF
At Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern 13;
Iowa 8.

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Fishman, Gee
Will Perform
On The Mound
Captain Larson Will Pitch'
Against Wally Roettger's
Visiting Illini Saturday z
John Gee and Herm Fishman, the!
two southpaw hurling stars on Michi-
gan's title seeking baseball nine, will
go after another win at 4 p.m. today
when the Wolverines clash with
Michigan Normal on the Ypsilanti
diamond.
Both of these men possess season
records of two victories and no de-
feats and will divide this afternoon's
work between them, the one giving
the best performance to be held in
reserve Saturday when Capt. Berger
Larson twirls against the visiting
Illini of Wally Roettger. Gee will
probably throw the first five innings
today with the Detroit sophomore
finishing the encounter.
Seven Won; Three Lost
To date the Wolverines have won
seven games and lost three and by
Saturday should have annexed two
more wins. The Ypsilanti aggregation
will face Michigan on Ferry Field
Friday afternoon.
It is expected that the highly
vaunted Michigan offense, which
didn't function against the Badgers'
Gordon O'Brien, will click against
the Hurons. The Michigan twirler
who has the most trouble in dispos-
ing with Ypsi today will face them
again at the end of the week.
Coach Fisher is spending most of
his time this week in preparing the
club for Saturday's all-important tilt
with Illinois here. He sent the squad
through a short intra-squad game
yesterday which was cust short by
rain.
Aces To Meet
It will be Berger La son against
Hale Swanson when the Illini and
Wolverines do meet, and the fans
will be treated to the spectacle of two
of the Big Ten's outstanding pitch-
ers fighting it out on the hill. Illinois
has won five straight Conference
games and through the season has
dropped but one start, that to Notre
Dame, 5-4. In reserve the Illini will
have another star thrower, Howie
Berg, who will be called into action if
Michigan starts belting Swanson's
offerings.
Larson's first start of the season be-
fore local fans last Saturday was an
auspicious one in that he disposed of
11 Badgers via the strike out route
and yielded but six hits. The Michi-
gan leader will depend on his sharp
breaking curve ball, mixed with a
half speeder and a good fast one, to
give Illinois its first Conference de-
feat.
j nandingj

Southpaws Who W ill Face Normal

Coach Johnstone Well Pleased
With Showing Of Court Tea m

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Michigan Normal's baseball team will get its fill of southpaw
pitching this afternoon when it entertains the Michigan club on the
college diamond in Ypsilanti. John Gee (left) and Herm Fishman are
slated to divide the hurling duties for Coach Ray Fisher's nine with the
elongated Gee probably getting the call to start the affair. So far this
season both men have won two games and have received no setbacks.

Michigan's Varsity netters returned and in both smashed out straight-set
to Ann Arbor Sunday after the first victories. '
road trip of the current season, and Sherwood's game has improved
while their record of one victory and rapidly on the outdoor courts and this
one defeat doesn't look especially coupled with thetaoinFtaoinRFGRF
prosperous, the fact remains that coupled with a fine competitive spirit,
the team is vastly improved over has kept him undefeated in the three
the one that played the first match matches played so far.
,with Michigan State, and Coach The lineup of the team is still un-
Johnstone says, "I'm well please - yes certain with Captain Kahn, Miller
very well plea:ed with our showing Sherwood, and Johnny Rodriguez in
in the last two matches." the first three positions and Jarvis
In beating the Illini, 5-2, Michigan Dean, Ted Thorward and Jesse Flick
established itself as a possible Big in the last three places.
Ten title contender since Illinois had -
already beaten Ohio State, 4-2, and 4
Notre Dame 9-0.
The single defeat absorbed at the FR I DAY, MAY 8
hands of Western State, although
showing a decided weakness in the ARCH I TECTS' BALL
Wolverine doubles combinations, gave
evidence that Capt. Howie Kahn was
beginning to regain his last season's
form and that Miller Sherwood was
going to be a power to be reckoned
with in tennis meets this year.
The diminutive captain put up a
whale of a battle before losing to
Capt. Carl Fischer of the Hilltoppers,
5-7, 6-1, 6-1. Fischer at the present with the
time holds the Michigan Intercolle-
giate singles and doubles champion- Eversta
ships. {
Sherwood, however, was the out- Crease -
standing Varsity player on the trip. -- ,i:- ~' >
He played in the number three posi-
tion against Western State and in
number two position againstIllinois; 5r $
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Thinclads Train.-
For Ohio State
MeetSaturday
Men Not Making Penn Trip
Will Run In Time Trials
Today, Later In Week
The fifteen man Michigan track
squad which so distinguished itself at
the Penn Relay Carnival in Phila-
delphia, Friday and Saturday, re-
joined the rest of the team on Ferry
Field yesterday afternoon to begin
serious work for the dual meet with
Ohio State at Columbus next Satur-
day.
Victorious in the mile and four-mile
relays, and in the steeplechase, the
Wolverines had a banner week-end as
each of the 15 men placed in his par-
ticular event.
The clash with the Buckeye track-
men promises to be one of the closest
meets of the outdoor season, and with
Jesse Owens performing as he did on
Franklin Field, Michigan may be hard
pressed to eke out a win and maintain
its string of consecutive wins.
Coach Charlie Hoyt plans to run
time trials today for the men who did
not make the Penn trip, and upon
these and trials later in the week, will
select the squad for the Columbus
trip.
Captain Frank Aikens voiced the
optimism of the squad when he pro-
phesied that Michigan might beat the
Bucks by as much as 20 points, but

I deftificationf Cards
Now Required At I-M
On days when Varsity baseball
games or track meets are s heduled to
be played in Ferry Field students
must show their identification cards
in order to gain admission to the
Intramural Sports Building, the I-
M department announced yesterday.
It was also announced that tennis
reservatidns will not be given unless
identification cards are presented at
the office.

To Br At Ann Arbor

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EAST LANSING, April 27. -(A') -
Ralph H. Young, director of athletics
at Michigan State College, announced
today the 21st Annual Michigan In-
tercollegiate Track and Field Meet
May 15 and 16 would be held this year
at Ann Arbor, instead of at East Lan--
sing.
It will be the first time in the his-
tory of the event that it has been held
elsewhere. Michigan State College
was the origiiator of the meet, in
which any state college or university
save the University of Michigan isL
eligible to compete.
The meeting is being transferred
because State's new track will not be
in condition in time, and the old one
has been demolished.
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Iowa .................4 0
Michigan------------2 0
Minnesota-----------.2 0
Indiana-------------.2 0
Chicago-------------1 3
Wisconsin-----------0 1
Northwestern-.........0 3
Purdue .............0 4
Ohio State..-.........0 5
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Thursday-Purdue vs. Indiana.
Friday-Purdue vs. Indiana.
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota.
Saturday-Illinois vs. Michigan.
Northwestern vs. Chicago.
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota.
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